Americans are finding cause for concern with their finances, and uncertainty over their spending habits and overall financial confidence might be behind it. According to the latest Country Financial Security Index® survey, nearly half of individuals (47 percent) do not keep track of their monthly discretionary spending whatsoever. Also, a majority (51 percent) rate their…

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Lighter, brighter décor can make any home feel spacious, no matter its size. To add visual square footage without renovating, freshen up your home’s interior design with these tips. It may often go unnoticed, but the ceiling is an important layer in every room’s design. To really brighten up your home, start at the top….

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Salt Lake City, Utah Seattle, Wash. Austin, Texas Dallas, Texas Charlotte, N.C. Charlotte is one of the best places to live in North Carolina with 14 percent of the population between the ages of 25 and 34. Many of the youth are post-college graduates who have relocated to the city to seek employment and purchase a home…

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A clutter in the kitchen can be extremely frustrating. Almost everyone has that one cabinet stuffed to the brim with pots and pans that tumble about every time the door is opened.  But there has to be a better, more appealing way to store your collection of pots and pans. Even more streamlined than an…

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You overvalued your property. Your listing is poor. You’re always present at showings. You’re too attached. You haven’t had your home professionally cleaned. You haven’t staged your home. You kept up all of your personal décor. Your home improvements are too personalized. Your home is too cluttered. Your home is in need of too many…

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By Briggs Dickerson As a homeowner, there’s only so much you can do when trying to sell your home. When it comes to real estate, hiring a professional agent is more of a need than an option. A real estate agent’s greatest goal is to sell your house at a higher price in a lesser…

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We’ve all experienced that moment in the grocery store – you’re standing in the produce section, uncertain if that apple you’ve got in your hand is actually edible. While most supermarkets adhere to quality standards, it’s important to self-test each item before purchasing to ensure you’re getting the freshest produce possible. For your next grocery…

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By Briggs Dickerson As a homeowner, there’s only so much you can do when trying to sell your home. When it comes to real estate, hiring a professional agent is more of a need than an option. A real estate agent’s greatest goal is to sell your house at a higher price in a lesser…

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by Megan Wild “There’s no place like home,” as the old saying goes. That’s especially true when it comes to an investment. You live in and love your home, but there might come a time when you have to leave it. And when that time comes, you’ll want to get as much money as you…

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Like an attic or home office, laundry rooms have high re-purposing potential. Make over your laundry room into a multi-functional space with these transformative tips!Size Up Small Spaces: Your laundry room doesn’t have to be large to be re-purposed. If your room is near an entry point, set aside wall space for an impromptu coat…

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